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halma

(ˈhælmə)
n
(Games, other than specified) a board game in which players attempt to transfer their pieces from their own to their opponents' bases
[C19: from Greek halma leap, from hallesthai to leap]
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Noun1.halma - a board game in which players try to move their pieces into their opponent's bases
board game - a game played on a specially designed board
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Over the same period, the team delivered a number of successful exits including the sale of Mini-Cam, a leading manufacturer and distributor of pipeline inspection systems, to Halma plc in a deal that valued the business at up to PS85m.
Most recently, Plante was president of Diba Industries, a subsidiary of Halma, pic, in Danbury, CT.
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Advanced, which is part of Halma, designs and manufactures commercial fire systems, employing more than 180 staff and exporting to 60 countries from bases in the UK, US, India and Dubai.
The rate at which we're releasing new products and services is truly unprecedented," said Vincent Halma, president and CEO of KION North America.
In 1983, Palintest became a part of the global Halma plc Group.
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Major companies operating in the North America fire sensors and detectors market include Bosch Security Systems, Tyco, Halma Plc, Honeywell, and United Technologies Corporation (UTC).
En el ano 1934, se publica en la editorial Aguilar la antologia Teatro de Mujeres, en la que se incluyen obras de tres de las autoras mas representativas del periodo de preguerra: Halma Angelico (Al margen de la ciudad)--, Pilar de Valderrama (El tercer mundo), y Matilde Ras (El amo y El taller de Pierrot).